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Priority of Speed Management Program for Urban Road

Journal: International Research Journal of Advanced Engineering and Science (IRJAES) (Vol.3, No. 4)

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Page : 177-184

Keywords : Speeding; speed management; descirptive statistic; analytical hierarchy process.;

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Abstract

Speeding is one of the traffic violations with the highest number in Indonesia. The action program for controlling the speed limit violations still fairly minimal both in terms of education, engineering and enforcement. In addition, the conditions of public knowledge about speed limit issues that includes the regulation and function of speed limiting devices is also important to know. In this study conducted an analysis to obtain a general overview of the public on the issue of speed limits using descriptive statistic with data collection via questionnaires. This method also used to analyze the composition of the vehicle speed on urban roads with spot speed techniques. By obtaining a general overview regarding the public knowledge condition and the composition of vehicle speed expected to be the basis for stakeholders to make decisions. Beside considering these two things, in this study, there are three main criteria for stakeholders to determine the speed management program which is a priority. The criteria consists of effectiveness, ease to undertake and cost to implement be the basis to comparing the 13 speed management program will be analyzed using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). From the analysis of AHP is known that the three programs from the enforcement aspects have the highest weight. Highway patrol to speeding be a top priority of speed management program to be applied with weight 0.1181. Next are applied fines and demerit points (0.1070) and speed camera (0.968).

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